Peter Sellers’ Top 5 Career Defining Film Appearances

This week on #FILMTALK we’re marking the 40th anniversary of the death of Peter Sellers with a special celebration of his incredible talent. We’re taking a close look at the top five landmark films that defined his amazing film career, The Ladykillers (1955), I’m Alright Jack (1959), The Pink Panther (1963), Dr. Strangelove (1964) and Being There (1979). Continue reading “Peter Sellers’ Top 5 Career Defining Film Appearances”

THE SMALLEST SHOW ON EARTH (1957), Virginia McKenna, Bill Travers, Peter Sellers, Margaret Rutherford – #FILMTALK Review

Virginia and Bill play a young couple who inherit a cinema from a great uncle. When they look over their new property, they discover that it’s the old decrepit Bijou Kinema sandwiched between two railway bridges, nicknamed by its patrons as “flea pit”. Continue reading “THE SMALLEST SHOW ON EARTH (1957), Virginia McKenna, Bill Travers, Peter Sellers, Margaret Rutherford – #FILMTALK Review”